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What Is ISBN And Do You Need One If You Are Self-Publishing? – by Derek Haines…

What Is ISBN And Do You Need One If You Are Self-Publishing? – by Derek Haines…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Just Publishing Advice: ISBN stands for International Standard Book Number The bar code or ISBN number you see on the copyright page and the back of books printed by a publisher is a unique identifier. All published books require a separate ISBN to identify the publisher and…

Five Fantastic Stories To Win

Originally posted on The Magic of Stories:
GIVEAWAY Five Fantastic Magical Stories for you to win. All you have to do is: ENTER TO WIN 5 BOOKS & $50 Giveaway Begins September 7, 2018 – Ends September 21, 2018 Prize Awarded on September 23, 2018 ENTER HERE No Purchase Necessary Prizes are as follows: Grand…

Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – New Book on the Shelves – Mister Fox: Winter’s Tail by Stuart France and Sue Vincent

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
For Sue Vincent and Stuart France fans, and Mister Fox… then latest book has been released. Mister Fox – Winter’s Tail About the book Where is Mister Fox? The night howls in triumph… pale eyes watch from the shadows… It is the night of the Hunter’s Moon and the…

Death & Damages interviews and SNEAK PEEK at first chapters: Angela Sanders’ “Never Again”

Originally posted on Dan Alatorre:
I am thrilled to have been invited to participate in the “Death & Damages” box set anthology with a stable of talented bestselling authors like the one you are about to meet. These amazing writers have graciously agreed to let my blog readers share in an exclusive interview AND get…

Psychometry: Fact or Fiction?

Psychometry: Fact or Fiction?

Originally posted on Chicks on the Case:
The Chicks welcome back Judy Penz Sheluk, who shares a fascinating story from her personal life that inspired the plot of Past & Present, her latest Marketville Mystery. When I was about sixteen, my mother and her best friend, Kay, dragged me to an “event” where a blind…

A Thousand Miles of History XXXVI: The Templars and the lawless church…

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Our hotel the previous night had been just off the main highway across Bodmin Moor… a perfectly good modern road that would take us where we wanted to be by a fast and direct route. We were never going to take it… not when we might explore…

The World of #Espionage Rosie’s #Bookreview of Transcription by Kate Atkinson @TransworldBooks

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Transcription by Kate Atkinson 4.5 stars Transcription is historical fiction with three distinct settings. It is about a young women recruited by the secret service into the world of espionage. Juliet is primarily employed to type up voice recordings from meetings held by British Fascists during the second world war.…

K.M. Allan

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